Yesterday we completed our annual migration from the Writer's Lair on Lake Superior to winter quarters in suburban Chicago. The timing seems to be good, because today's forecast is for four to six inches of snow in Ontonagon County, the prototype of my novels' Porcupine County. This year, the almanacs say, winter is to arrive early, settle in deeply, and stay long.
Meanwhile, you might want to read Michael A. Black's long interview of me in the Summer issue of Crimespree Magazine. I've put it up on my web site.